The Cancer Benefits Center is here to help you with any necessary documentation to get your claim approved and paid.
Whether it be identity documents, medical documents, or presence documents.
We have the expertise and the connections to help satisfy any requirements or deficiencies within your claim.
This is a list of some of our resources and the claim requirements:
For you to obtain the award, we must show that you are an eligible beneficiary. That means that we must prove who you are and any others that are claiming part of the award. We need to show the relationship between you and the person on whom the claim is being filed. By way of documents, we know precisely what the particular Government agency that is administering your request is looking for. Through our direct connection with city departments, county courthouses, state vital statistics, and federal agencies, in addition to a large network of other contacts throughout the United States, we will help you obtain those documents.
We must prove that the individual that the claim is being filed on was diagnosed with one of the compensable cancers or illnesses. We know which specific cancers and or illnesses are covered under the particular program you are filing and the medical documents necessary to meet your claim's legal requirements. If necessary, our research team can help to obtain them. We directly connect to Doctors, Hospitals (public and Veterans Administration Hospitals ), and Cancer Centers all over the United States. We also have contacts within the health insurance industry and with many employers and unions. We have under contract cancer specialists and Oncologists that we use for expert opinion and help win medical disputes.
We must prove that the person the claim is being filed on was present and therefore subjected to government-created exposure to radiation or other covered toxic substances. We know the federal government's legal requirements, and our research team can help you obtain the necessary documents to meet those requirements. We have spent many years building an extensive network of contacts throughout City, County, State, and Federal Government departments and agencies. Our investigative team has access to local and state archives, historical societies, churches, fraternal organizations, utility companies, and unions. We also have contacts with hundreds of other groups and organizations throughout the United States.
We work with many different benefit programs that have different legal requirements. These programs often change when the federal government updates them. While we are not attorneys, we do have many years of experience with these programs. Because we work closely with many attorneys and their law firms and using the federal statutes authorized by Congress, we stay current with the latest changes within these programs. This way, we make sure that you are filing the correct type of claim under the program to give you the greatest benefit.
When we help you file your claim, we make it easy for you, and you receive your settlement faster.